David Haynes

Professor David Haynes is a Professor of Public Administration and teaches in the MPA graduate program at Northern Michigan University, where he previously served as President. David has been involved in the public administration and political science field for over 45 years.

NMU Presidential Search Delayed, Michigan Supreme Court Diversity, UP Looks Red, and Mackinac Bridge Closures and Paint

NMU Presidential Search Delayed, Michigan Supreme Court Diversity, UP Looks Red, and Mackinac Bridge Closures and Paint. Read this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes.

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Vietnam Veterans Day, Moms for Liberty, Subcommittee Formed for MGH Property, and Facts From the World Around Us

Vietnam Veterans Day, Moms for Liberty, Subcommittee Formed for MGH Property, and Facts From the World Around Us. Read this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes.

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First Day of Spring, Michigan Policymakers Discuss Transparency (Again), Michigan Weed Prices, Mackinac Island Ferry Sells, and Chatfield Probe Continues

First Day of Spring, Michigan Policymakers Discuss Transparency (Again), Michigan Weed Prices, Mackinac Island Ferry Sells, and Chatfield Probe Continues. Read this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes.

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The Only Nickel Mine in America, Gasoline Prices and Rural Communities, Michigan Gas Tax Holiday, and Boomer Alert

The Only Nickel Mine in America, Gasoline Prices and Rural Communities, Michigan Gas Tax Holiday, and Boomer Alert. Read this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes.

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Higher Education Funding vs. Midwest Funding, Life With John X. Jamrich, Term-Limited Legislators, and Campaign to Change Term Limits

Higher Education Funding vs. Midwest Funding, Life With John X. Jamrich, Term-Limited Legislators, and Campaign to Change Term Limits. Read this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes.

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Former NMU President John X. Jamrich Dies at 101, New Study on Least-Educated Michigan Counties, Lifepoint and Duke, and View of Teachers Important

Former NMU President John X. Jamrich Dies at 101, New Study on Least-Educated Michigan Counties, Lifepoint and Duke, View of Teachers Important, and the World Around Us. Read this week’s Rural Noise, Whispers & Rumors by David Haynes.

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The World Around Us, Hearing on Former Hospital Site, Kingsford Project Manager at Super Bowl, Former UP Legislator Scandal Continues, Menominee Library Finalist in National Digital Effort

The World Around Us, Hearing on Former Hospital Site, Kingsford Project Manager at Super Bowl, Former UP Legislator Scandal Continues, and the Menominee County Library is Finalist in National Digital Effort. Read this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes.

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The World Around Us, Congrats to Nick Baumgartner, Governor Whitmer’s FY23 Budget Proposal, and Paying Student Teachers

The World Around Us, Congrats to Nick Baumgartner, Governor Whitmer’s FY23 Budget Proposal, and Paying Student Teachers. Read this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes.

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Dickinson Health-Marshfield Affiliation, Former UP State Rep Scandal and Ethics Reform, New NMU Rural Health Center Director, and Virtual Meeting Accommodation Ruling

Dickinson Health-Marshfield Affiliation, Former UP State Rep Scandal and Ethics Reform, New NMU Rural Health Center Director, and Virtual Meeting Accommodation Ruling. Read this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes.

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NMU Governance in Good Hands, Making Ends Meet in Michigan, NMU Foundation’s Involvement, and the World Around Us

NMU Governance in Good Hands, Making Ends Meet in Michigan, NMU Foundation’s Involvement, and the World Around Us. Read this week’s Rural Whispers, Noise & Rumors by David Haynes.

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